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PHIL 100: Introduction to Philosophy
A survey of traditional problems concerning the existence and nature of God, freedom, justification, morality, etc. Readings from historical or contemporary philosophers. Individual and Society course.
Professors: Baxter Thorne, J; Betz, A; Schaffer, D; (more)
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PHIL 102: Introductory Logic
Sentential logic: representation of English using truth-functional connectives, decision methods, natural deduction techniques. Introduction to predicate logic: representation of English using quantifiers. Natural World - No Lab course.
Professors: Dalessandro, W; Der, K; Fallah, K; (more)
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PHIL 103: Introduction to Ethics
Surveys attempts to answer central questions of ethics: What acts are right? What things are good? How do we know this? Individual and Society course.
Professors: Agarwal, R; Farley, R; Laden, A
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PHIL 104: Introduction to Political Philosophy
An introductory survey of topics in political philosophy that bear on U.S. society. Readings will usually be drawn from both classical and contemporary sources. Individual and Society, and US Society course.
Professors: Gordon, J; Gordon-Roth, J
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PHIL 105: Science and Philosophy
An exploration of central philosophical (and/or religious) issues as they arise in the sciences. Readings include both scientific (e.g. physics or biology) and philosophical works, and may be drawn from various periods. Natural World - No Lab course.
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PHIL 110: Philosophy of Love and Sex
A philosophical inquiry into traditional and contemporary views about love and sex. Individual and Society course.
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PHIL 112: Morality and the Law
What must the law do if it is to protect our rights (such as free speech, privacy, equal treatment)? Why believe we have rights? Individual and Society course.
Professors: Casas, A
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PHIL 115: Death
Philosophical examination of our attitudes towards death. Our attitudes towards mortality and immortality; definitions of death; treating others as persons; our attitudes towards life, quality of life issues, suicide, rights of the dying. Individual and Society course.
Professors: Gottlieb, J; Grigolo, M; Grossman, N; (more)
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PHIL 120: Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
Introduction to issues and methods of philosophy through engagement with classic Greek and Roman texts (read in translation). Individual and Society, and Past course.
Professors: Crews-Anderson, T; Meinwald, C
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PHIL 202: Philosophy of Psychology
Theories and methods of scientific psychology: modes of explaining the structure of theories, the nature of mental states; implications of commonsense conceptions of the mind. 
Professors: Hilbert, D; Jackson, C; Ozturk, B
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